This is an EARLY 1980's poster advertising an exhibition of art by ALEJANDRO ROMERO at the John Hancock Center in Chicago sponsored by The Mexican Tourist Council. The paintings at the exhibit as well as the poster illustration are by this well known Chicago Mexican-American artist. I have 4 posters available. They measure 35" x 23". I have other listings for signed posters of his work and I combine ship for $1.00 extra per item. These are fine collectible investments by this widely known artist as well as wonderful art to display.In 1979 Romero first gained wide recognition in what would become one of this most characteristic media: the event-based poster. He has created images for more than 75 posters displayed in the Chicago area, including those for such major events as the Chicago Jazz Festival. The posters fit with the populist aspect of Romero's aims—"A lot of people can't buy my paintings, but they can afford posters," he pointed out to Hispanic— but they were also ideally suited to his style, which tends toward both high impact and complexity. The intense colors of his works attract the viewer's attention to a poster, but his paintings tend to contain multiple elements that may embody various responses to the theme of the event being advertised.BIOGRAPHY:Alejandro Romero was born 1948 in Tabasco, Mexico . He started his studies at the Academy of San Carlos of the National School of Fine Arts in 1967. He’s studied mural art at Juan O'Gorman. He’s also been a freelance photographer and directed art at Grupo Belther Advertising.Romero has studied at the Art School of Vincennes in Paris, the Artists' Collective in Taos, New Mexico and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.He currently Lives in Chicago. He has done eight murals in Mexico City and Chicago. He has had exhibitions in Mexico, Italy, Canada, and the United States, as well as group shows in Japan, Germany, Yugoslavia, Spain, Portugal, and Puerto Rico.Permanent collections containing Romero’s work include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Art Institute of Chicago, The Museum of Modern Latin American Art in Washington, D.C., The Museum of the Print in Mexico City, The Hermitage in Leningrad, USSR, and the Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum.